Hurling Updates: U13, U15 and U17 training update

The GAA have announced a roadmap to recommencing training and games and this includes U13, U15 and U17 Championship. The club are working through the details at the moment and we are currently planning to go back training on the week of 29th June 2020 and will train on Monday, Thursday and Saturday evenings. We hope lots of our players have been doing some hurling and physical work over the break but if anyone needs a plan over the next 2 weeks we have attached a strength programme below based on bodyweight exercises. This includes You Tube videos of the correct technique. If any player would like to start some aerobic work, a good target would be to run 1km three times a week at a steady pace. All this work will prevent soreness/stiffness and injury when we get back to the field.

Strength Programme for U13, U15 and U17 players

We have also included here a handy booklet on Sports Nutrition for teenagers when they are training which may be useful. safefood-Teen-Sports-Booklet

We look forward to being back on the field and enjoying the 2020 season.
Please Note: All the above is subject to compliance with Covid -19 Guidelines.

GAA Updates

Please Note the following updates for juvenile players/coaches:

  1. All youth players (13-19 years) and coaches are invited to a webinar this Wednesday 17th June 2020 at 8pm with Noreen Roche (sports nutritionist with Kilkenny Senior Hurling team). The webinar is entitled ‘Nutrition & Hydration for the Youth player’. All players, parents and coaches are invited. Please click on the link below at 7.55pm to access the webinar. https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_NzNmZTQ4YmItMmFmNi00YmM2LWJhYTAtZjE3NTY1ZDM1MGMz%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%22ac45bc86-afd4-42a5-9fc3-3e87e1b77fce%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22fe35fe91-1f41-4458-9415-fc8957b04d72%22%7d
  2. Cúl Camps will be going ahead with new dates and with online bookings only. Due to current Covid regulations ‘walk-ups’ will not be permitted. This is constantly changing and capacity could be reduced. Cúl Camps website should be going live by the end of the week with amended dates.

Well Done Amy!

Congratulations to Amy Manogue from Senior Infants in St. Aidan’s NS who got the most votes in her age category nationally for her fantastic school gloves design in the IDSPORTS ‘Design your own glove competition’ The school will now get 20 pairs of these custom designed gloves.

Well done Amy!

Important Advice regarding Coronavirus Covid-19

We are in unprecedented times, we need to follow the advice from our Public Health experts. Speak to your children, sit with them, look at, study, discuss and implement the HSE Guidelines on hand hygiene, cough etiquette, general hygiene and what to do it you have symptoms or have come in contact with someone who has the virus. 
We all need to take responsibility and reduce our social contact, particularly with those who are most vulnerable. Together we will get through this.

Important information regarding Corona Virus Covid-19

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ALL MEMEBERS:

All Club activity has been suspended!

Please see below official statement for the GAA

‘In light of this morning’s Government announcement, the GAA, An Cumann Camógaíochta and the Ladies Gaelic Football Association have decided to suspend all activity at Club, Inter-County and Educational levels until March 29 (inclusive) from midnight tonight’

 

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